Wednesday, September 15th
Liturgy September 12, 2021
Friday, September 10th
Liturgy September 5, 2021
Monday, August 30th
Liturgy, August 29, 2021
Michael Tansky will be giving the homily this weekend. He reflects on love and loss - the love we have felt and given is never lost.
Saturday, August 21st
Embrace Life – Liturgy August 22, 2021
Terry will reflect on the times we are in; with restrictions all around us. He reminds us that even in these times we can embrace life - all the gifts we have and the many blessings we enjoy.
Wednesday, August 11th
Liturgy August 15, 2021
We have decided to re-play a popular on-line liturgy from June 14th last year where Peter Kennedy gave the homily. Peter reflects on the notion that although we need an ego to survive in life, it is our ego that causes us pain and suffering.
Wednesday, August 4th
Faith After Doubt – Liturgy, August 8, 2021
This week Liz Little talks about a podcast which is part of a series called 'On The Way' and is made by St John's Anglican Church in Brisbane. In this podcast, expert Brian McLaren discussed his book Faith after Doubt. McLaren challenges the idea of faith as a thing of certainty and he sees doubt as absolutely essential for faith.
Saturday, July 31st
Homelessness Awareness Week – Liturgy, August 1, 2021
Last year Micah projects celebrated 25 years of assisting homeless people in Brisbane. On the eve of Homeless Awareness Week Terry will be interviewing Karyn Walsh the CEO of Micah Projects. Karyn was recently recognised for all her great work with Micah by being recognised as a Queensland Great.
Tuesday, July 27th
Liturgy, July 25, 2021
This week Terry Fitzpatrick's Homily is about a ground-breaking court case in Australia which, if successful, may trigger drastic changes in the way our nation addresses this crisis.
Tuesday, July 20th
Liturgy July 18, 2021
In our liturgy we will be listening to the homily that Fr Frank Brennan SJ gave at the start of NAIDOC week. Reflecting on the focus for the week of ‘Heal Country’ he states that “There’ll be no healing of the country, there’ll be no constitutional recognition, and there’ll be no truth telling unless more of us hear the same call that Jesus heard and that is, “The spirit came into me and made me stand up.”
Thursday, July 15th
NAIDOC WEEK – Liturgy July 11, 2021
This week we celebrate NAIDOC week. It is an opportunity for all Australians to come together to celebrate the rich history, diverse cultures and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the oldest continuing cultures on the planet.